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Sell Contemporary Ceramics with Maak

How it works

Submit information and images

Submit information and images

Fill in the form below and send images and information about the pieces you are looking to sell

We’ll provide you with a free valuation with no obligation to sale

We’ll provide you with a free valuation with no obligation to sale

The team at Maak will assess the images and information you've sent to us and provide you with provision auction estimates or discuss the private sale route. 

Realise the full potential

Realise the full potential

We will then agree a strategy with you for the best route to market to realise the full potential of your piece or collection

Thinking of Selling?

If you are considering selling, simply fill out the form and attach any images you have available. If you you are able to include any approximate dimensions and notable damage it will enable us to give you an accurate estimate of what you piece or collection might realise at auction with Maak. 

This is a free of charge service with no obligation of sale.

Please note all preliminary estimates may be subject to change on inspection of the item 

Why Maak?

We have the audience 

Maak are the market leading auction specialists and art consultants dedicated to the foremost international ceramic art of the 20th and 21st century. Our International audience sees competitive bidding from around the globe ensuring you see the best price realised for your ceramics.

We have the expertise 

Maak are dedicated to handling the very best in Modern & Contemporary Ceramics and have held auctions within the field for over 10 years. Director, Marijke Varrall-Jones has specialised within studio ceramics since 2004, advising Institutions and collectors alike. Having access to such a wide range of private and public collections, Maak are equipped with the knowledge and expertise to advise you on how best to sell your collection.

We get the results 

Year on year Maak continues to achieve world record prices for many leading artists in the field and holds the world record price for a living ceramic artist at £240,000 for a single work. 

Within the last 10 years since the Maak auctions were founded, it has achieved a hammer total of in excess of £5,000,000. 

Edmund de Waal Porcelain Vessels - Maak Contemporary Ceramics

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